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Felid ‘Just This Once’ : An anthemic project, quite deliberately and lovingly, nestle into your listening pleasures.

Felid

Music rolls off his shoulders of granite emotions, and with one fell swoop, your intentions of wants and wonton effervescence, linger and linger, into a tirade of of significant, insignificance.

You open your palms, as the slice of warmth flow relentlessly but quietly through your curtained room. A moment of time and space, paused for your embrace – an awareness – succumbed soon by the wake of reality and harshness.

You close your palms, as the slice of sunlight, withdraws its offer, through those curtains – gray and dusty – of which you’d promised to sweep away from your psyche.

Felid’s own warmth and conjuring distinctions in single ‘Just This Once’ is a cavalcade of those exact wonders and unbridled ‘normalcy’.

His debut EP ‘Knowing You, Part One’ continues the journey for the South African-born, Bristol UK-based singer, songwriter and producer.

An anthemic project, quite deliberately and lovingly, nestle into your listening pleasures.

Vulnerability in sequence of blossoming truths, indeed.

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